NEW INFO: Three Vehicle Accident, One Was Police Car

Greenville Police say four people were transported to PCMH after a three vehicle accident Saturday night and one of those vehicles was a Greenville Police car.

Police say it happend around 7pm at Hooker road and Burrington Road.

They say the four people taken to the hospital had non-life threatening injuries.

Kenneth Charles Ward was charged with failure to reduce speed.

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Several people were sent to the hospital after a three car accident according to Greenville Police.

Police say the accident happened on Hooker Road around 7pm. They say a police car was involved in the accident.

No word yet on the conditions of those involved, or what caused the wreck.


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  • by Josh on Aug 30, 2010 at 05:55 AM
    Do you really think I care about spelling on here? And by all means, let me know where is the derogatory comment I made. My concern is the terrible reporting on this story. Where is the rest of the article? What happened to the injured? Are they ok?
  • by Laura Location: NC on Aug 30, 2010 at 05:50 AM
    I hardly think it's only the 'ECU twerps' that are causing these accidents. However, I do agree that they need to slow down, watch where they are going and be a bit safer. A couple of days ago, driving in front of the mall right there, there was a nice, bigger white car in front of me. They had a hard time maintaining their lane. When I was able to finally get around them, it was an older gentleman that couldn't even sit straight up in the car. He couldn't hardly see over the steering wheel! And then when he went to turn right, he was all up on the other lane... It was a good thing nobody was there because it would have been a wreck! I think everyone that has a license, including me, should have to take a written test and a driving test whenever it's time to get the license renewed.
  • by John Location: Greenville on Aug 29, 2010 at 05:29 PM
    If they really want to make the streets of Greenville safe...ban ECU twerps from driving on them. I can't wait for the next break from all these insane drivers.
  • by To Josh: on Aug 29, 2010 at 01:14 PM
    Don't you feel silly posting derogatory things like that when you yourself can't even write a correct, competent, complete sentence? I'm sure your English teacher would be proud....or did you go to school?
  • by To Josh on Aug 29, 2010 at 12:11 PM
    The police officer wasn't at fault. Get a life.
  • by Josh on Aug 29, 2010 at 04:47 AM
    Wow-thank for the great reporting WITN. If no police officer was involved this would be a decent article with comments already. Wonder of the policemen was at fault??
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